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CALL OF DUTY WONT PLAY


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onix

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COD2 WONT PLAY AND I JUST GOT IT HERE IS THE ERROR









----- Client Initialization Complete -----
Attempting 44 kHz 16 bit [Windows default] sound
----- R_Init -----
Getting Direct3D 9 interface...
Pixel shader version is 3.0
Vertex shader version is 3.0
Shader model 3.0 code path is available.
Using Shader model 3.0 code path because it is the best available path on this hardware.
Attempting 640 x 480 fullscreen with 32 bpp at 60 hz
Game window successfully created.
Creating Direct3D device...
Com_TouchMemory: 0 msec. Using sum: 0
Loading fastfile code_post_gfx
Loading fastfile patch
Loading fastfile ui
Loading fastfile common
Initializing render targets...
Requested frame buffer to be 24-bit color with 8-bit alpha
DirectX returned a frame buffer that is 24-bit color with 8-bit alpha


Error during initialization:
Couldn't create a 1024 x 2048 render target surface: Wrong texture format.





PLEASE HELP ME I REALLY WANNA PLAY :) :)
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KRG Lightning 15

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I have seen this error before but olny if i host a server online.

Did the erorr come up as a Box with CallOfDuty2 on top in big letters?
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what are you system specs (what is your video card?)?

We recommend that you update your video drivers.

Next, go to http://microsoft.com/directx and update your direct x with the latest version.


If that doesn't work, try this:
If thats not working:

(# Set your desktop to a resolution of 1024×768, 32 bit True Color. For Windows XP
1) Right-click on your desktop and select Properties.
2) Click the Settings tab.
3) Set your screen area to 1024×768.
4) Set the colors to Highest (32 bit).
5) Click Apply and OK.


For Windows VistaWindows 7
1) Right-click on your desktop and select Personalize.
2) Click on Display Settings
3) Set the resolution slider to 1024X768
4) Set the colors to Highest (32 bit).
5) Click Apply and OK.
# All background applications should be shut down prior to running the game.)


Helps to fix every bug till now for me, (suck for normally I run 1280x 1024)
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